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Builder Profile 10 Methodology Report

See the qualitative and quantitative research on BP10, including validity evidence to support its proper application.

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After you complete the BP10 assessment, download builder tools and resources to help you get started.

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BP10 Blog

Delegator: Mastering the Art of Inspiration and Delegation

Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, discuss the Delegator talent with guest Doris Lux.

Confidence: Confidence Wins Over Doubt

Jim Collison, Gallup's Director of Talent Sourcing, and Maika Leibbrandt, Senior Workplace Consultant, discuss the Confidence talent with guest Shahab Kaviani.

Learn More About Born to Build

Grounded in global Gallup research,
Born to Build offers readers inspiration and motivation as well as practical steps for building an enterprise of any size from scratch.

Born To Build

Learn More About the BP10 Assessment

Each of us is born to build, and we each have a unique set of talents. The BP10 assessment identifies your dominant builder talents and what role fits you best and gives you action items for applying your talents.

BP10 Assesment

Want to become a builder of builders?

Check out our Coaching Builder Talents Course.

Would you like to help individuals discover and apply their building talents? Gallup's Coaching Builder Talents course is a two-day program that gives you the resources and knowledge you need to support current and future builders in understanding their unique talents as measured by the BP10 assessment.

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